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T4HE MICHIGAN DAILY

9TE&UAY, MAY ;l',12

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WOLERIE TACKENRATE M'FARLANE '
WOL "AM N THEBEST!
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"!"Led"''Davis, regutlar catcher , ist
not exIeci d to st art in the game at
Puridue tomforriow. Davis sprained his
anlkle wlhen he, slid to the plate in'
his home run in the first Syracuse
game. It is probable that he will ;tart
against Illinois here Sa1 urday.
xus !Heiciniaan, Iaavis' under.
study, p a yed a fairly good 1 game
tat Syracu~se. Be had(I (iffS.WUlty ina
holding Asbeek during' tie early
innings, espwecilly lit I Iwo i s
acr oss t he insidle of the plate, b>ut
liilteiiedlYip as 11,e lgame et
alow". Reichanan did not get a
snzfe hi t, but lV alketl once, $1141 wws
hI canoe by a Ilfit cczbill .
1 i !) rvvanined Iiheun at Syracuse
worked well. Oc2terba anl, (repued t0
sixth place, showed bet ter batting form'
I than at any fim:e tbi, scason. If lhe
conthies ztti s clip he may be mov-
ed Lr again to thi ; cleanup p~osition.
'rte tea i.mnsas - whole Ihid: much
lardcear=ag:iist =~'a .ase da is
taaal.IThe mena sf~ezied tihv
gatned. more confidlence, and are
nowaa strong threat. The fielding
'wa-S only fail-.
Don Miller, who hails from Syracuse
pitched a fine gamne against the hone
town team and was accorded fine sup-
port by his teammates. Davis clouted
a home run with the bases full, to
clinch the first game.
I Atsbeck's showing :against tine
Syracuse team wtas only mediocre.
Several of the rank scored were
unearned, but the Syracuse fast.
bailer had quite an edge in1 the
contest. A sleek himself threw
away one ruin by throwing to first
base after the batter had been
technically called out for running
back fronti Oosterbaan, whio hadl
fielded his lilt on the baseline,
and forced him across the hiomue

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plate. Xsbe&11\ titrw -.iouvetIl h-I
runner to score from thbird.,
With the( exception of' Davis, Oh"
team that faces P~urdue vWill plrobaloly;
bee the samne one that ou ~sc d the'
Boilermnakers; in their game ini Ann
Arbor. Purdue will also linc& np the
same, with Mvaxtor selected to hurl,
against Miller in -the return game.
OtIter (;onfe~ren ce teamis ha v it
siieceedled in scoring at. lewias ;
f'ew runas agahnst laxioit, and,
(oach Fisher hopes to see his
mcmi make a better slmwvI aig thani
ill the first izicel lug, when th11
Wolverines were unable to flit ill
the j~iintws, anjd gave Doll )hiller
oly (netiem as thirCWe(ld of tie
1scoringt.
Loo:, ar$ Morse will continue thfer
!i Hit For the shortstop berth. Thle two
have shown equal ability in fielding,
Ibkit 21orse seems to hold anl edge i#
i litti ug, having recently emer,-ed f romn
Ia sulump.
~o etSaturday, loomns as onaeI
race, with sev eral good pitchers
available front last year's squad.
IThe hliiivvill attemipt to keep its
recordl clean againist the Ihawk-
eyes at Iowa (City, and vvill thien
invade F'erry field for a gamze
Saturday.

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YALE STA1,TIE,
FORnTHI:D}PAC
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dnCarr
Vale's stellar track mlan, ivho es-
tab~lished anew °world's, indoor r~crd
in the pole vault, last winter with a
leap of mo1r~e thlan 13 feet eight inlches.
I\Wit h Bradley of Princet on and Prick-
ard of Pittsburgh Carr is ranked as
the leading phole -vaulter in eastern
collegiate ranks and he is also con-
sidered one of the best in the U nit-
(Iedl States.
ILast week at the annual Penn re-
lays Carr was (defeated by his eastern

WEISSMUL LER C OACHE[S READY FR AL WNT
A NEW RECORD"FOBL CIMG
X~isnlrsreally in eairnest and!.
1XWith scrimmage scheduled for the
aficc estr(Iy'stril i th Unonentire length of next week, football
1)001 it seems that his existing world'
:1.irk for the 220 free style, 2:15 1-5,1 candidates out for spring practice are
eta,blished lest year, will be sunk' on their toes trying to gaini the favor
Jee! d'own into "Davey ,Tones' locker", of the coaches.
titer lie makes his official attempt to-; Blocking, tackling, and kicking have
tmorrow night.j been, stressed (luring the past two
According to his coach and train- weeks, and with the -coming of trio,
er, William Bachrach, who is accoin- more strenuous exercise the boys have
panying him (luring his present jaunt, been going at it with renewed vigor.
"Weiss" was in good condition when The coaches have found an excellent
lie won all-around honors andl estab- kicking prospect in Taylor, a ProdIuct
lisped short pool standards for the 2204 of Coach Holloway of the Ann Arbor
andl 500 recently in the Rational A. A.I high school. While he is not yet a
" U. meet at the I. A. C. tank. I wonderful punter, or anything near it,
1£o, himself thinks that he was never; he has promise, and consistently boots
in better condition in his life than he; the ball around 40 yards.
is right now, and in his own words : Rain interfered with the practice
"TPhat. 01(1 record, was too slow and yesterday afternoon, but as the men
Coach is afraid soniebody'll break it,! were merely loosening up. after the
so I've de(cidedl I'd do it RIGHlT to- week-end's rest, the time was not
4 morow"missed to a great extent.
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Willie AMc~arlane
Winner of the National Open Golf
title in 1924 McFarlane has ranked
among the leading American profes-
sionals since that time, but has never
repeated his success.
Handicapped by his unusually small
stature and by poor health, McFar-
lane greatly surprised golf followers
by winning the Open title in 1924 over
a long and difficult course from one
of the strongest fields ever to com-
pete in the event, showing great game-
ness in finishing strong on the last
eighteen holes to defeat such golfers
as Hagen, Jones, and Sarazen.
Although McFarlane fails to get dist-I
anep with his wooden clubs, he more
than makes up for it by his ftecurate
iron play and deadly putting.

DETROIT. - Fall River's soccer favorite evenit. These men tied for
team won the championship of the first at 12 feet 10 and a half inches,
United States by defeating Detroit in' while Carr tied for third honors with
the finals of the national challenge McAt cc, Michigan State star, with' the
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